RFID, or Radio-Frequency Identification, commonly involves the use of microchips that contain sensitive financial and personal data that are embedded within passports, credit cards, debit cards, corporate identification cards, student ID cards, and even driver licenses. As a matter of fact, there are currently over 100 million credit and debit cards with RFID technology in use today.
Many countries have already implemented RFID technology into their passports including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and most European Union countries. The introduction of RFID-enhanced biometric passports containing the holder’s iris recognition, facial recognition, and fingerprint data makes blocking RFID signals from prying eyes all the more important.
While carrying any of these items with you, anyone nearby with inexpensive RFID-reading equipment can identify and copy all of the information carried on these microchips. The unsuspecting individual will not even know that his/her identity and information has been stolen. Our products at blockingRFID.com will insure the safety of this sensitive information.
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